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by Malcolm X,Archie Epps,EDITOR *
Author: Malcolm X,Archie Epps,EDITOR *
Publisher: Da Capo Press; 3rd edition (July 10, 1994)
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Malcolm X : Speeches at Harvard.
Malcolm X : Speeches at Harvard. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781557784797. Previously published as: The speeches of Malcolm X at Harvard. New York : Morrow, 1968. Includes bibliographical references.
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ISBN13: 9781569249758. Release Date: July 1994.
Here in his own words are the revolutionary ideas that made Malcolm X one. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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These are the major speeches made by Malcolm X during the last tumultuous eight months of his life. In this short period of time, his vision for abolishing racial inequality in the United States underwent a vast transformation. Breaking from the Black Muslims, he moved away from the black militarism prevalent in his earlier years only to be shot down by an assassin's bullet.
The first 60% of the book, moreover, is taken up by Epps' own scattered, incoherent essays, which are astonishingly bad. Epps had the idea of comparing Malcolm X (a person) to "Shakespeare's plays" (not a person), which is an incoherent idea in itself
Epps, Archie, ed. The Malcolm X Speeches at Harvard. New York: Paragon House, 1961.
Fras, Ivan, and Joseph Joel Friedman. Hallucinogenic Effects of Nutmeg in Adolescent. New York State Journal of Medicine, vol. 69, no. 3 (February 1, 1969): 463-465. The Transgression of a Laborer: Malcolm X in the Wilderness of America. Radical History, vol. 55 (Winter 1993): 7-31. Epps, Archie, ed. Esposito, John L. The Oxford Dictionary of Islam.